The College Tour

Find out from students what makes ASU different

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Explore college and campus life at Arizona State University through stories shared by real students in the biggest virtual college tour you’ve ever seen. 

The College Tour is a new TV series streaming on Amazon Prime Video that was created by award-winning Hollywood producers to help students and families visit colleges across the country, even if they can’t travel to all the places on their list. This is a truly one-of-a-kind series featuring colleges and universities in a way you have never seen before.​ 

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What kind of university does the world need?

Hear from Nikhil, an ASU student studying neuroscience and innovation in society, about his personal experiences developing solutions to problems in society and becoming equipped for the future.

Nikhil Dave
Neuroscience and Innovation in Society
Ahwatukee, Arizona

What Nikhil is doing now

Which ASU college campus or experience fits your lifestyle?

ASU offers a variety of campuses, locations and learning opportunities so you can find the environment that fits you.

Rachael Shantz
Aeronautical Management Technology
Phoenix, Arizona

What Rachael is doing now

ASU degrees lead to jobs after college

Lily shares her experiences with world-class academics, undergraduate research, engaging with top-tier professors and landing internships at Raytheon and Intel.

Lily Baye-Wallace
Mechanical Engineering
Robotics and Autonomous Systems
Phoenix, Arizona

ASU programs that provide access to education

At ASU, we are committed to providing access to education by removing barriers to college, providing tuition-free programs and offering opportunities to earn your degree online to fit your lifestyle.

Emily Vance
Art – Digital Photography
Gig Harbor, Washington

What Emily is doing now

What it’s like living on campus at ASU

Living with the people you learn with is part of the college experience. ASU has multiple residential living communities that pair students with similar majors together as roommates.

Emma Broyles
Biomedical Sciences
Anchorage, Alaska

What Emma is doing now

How to think like an entrepreneur

Students at Arizona State University explore entrepreneurial ideas with the support from mentors, funding and a culture of innovation.

Pooja Addla Hari
Technological Entrepreneurship and Management
Chennai, India

What Pooja is doing now

How have ASU students adapted during COVID-19?

Madeline has an incredible story about studying abroad at sea when the pandemic hit. Our students are all about learning to thrive and embracing anything life throws at them.

Madeline Salvatierra
Business (Law)
North Tustin, California

What Madeline is doing now

Preparing for success on a global stage

ASU attracts students from all over the world to study here, allowing students in our community to interact with different cultures and backgrounds, as well as get involved in causes they care about.

Pauline Nalumansi
Global Affairs and Management
Kampala, Uganda
Graduate student

An ASU tradition of athletic excellence

The student athlete experience at ASU is about top performance of academics and athletics. Hear about Kyle’s experience playing Sun Devil football, studying biomedical sciences and conducting research with Mayo Clinic.

Kyle Williams
Biomedical Engineering
Murrieta, California

Healthy campus living at ASU

A college education is more than learning skills for a job. It’s learning how to be a healthy person. Nathaniel talks about his personal wellness journey and what it means to him.

Nathaniel Gomez
Applied Computing (Cybersecurity)
El Paso, Texas

Life as a military veteran and ASU student

At ASU, we’re committed to veteran success by creating an environment for student veterans to network and transition into the college experience and their next profession.

Marcus Denetdale
Civil, Environmental and Sustainable Engineering
Farmington, New Mexico
Graduate student

Developing a growth mindset at ASU

ASU’s rigorous coursework helps students develop the resilience needed to take every opportunity as a new challenge. Jessica talks about how she’s cultivating a growth mindset through experiential learning.

Jessica Hollock
Architectural Studies
Peoria, Arizona

Connecting with your community at ASU

Hear from Jesus about how he is experiencing a culture rooted in inclusion, not exclusion. ASU has resources including First-Year Success coaches and faculty and staff who are committed to helping you succeed.

Jesus Vega
Global Studies
Rio Rico, Arizona

What Jesus is doing now

A culture of innovation at ASU

An innovative mindset is part of the DNA at ASU, no matter what you are studying, and there are many opportunities to get involved with innovative research labs and even new ways to learn, like through VR experiences.

Zion Basque
Computer Science
Kealakekua, Hawaii

What Zion is doing now

Gaining a diverse perspective in college

As the world becomes more advanced, technology will continue to bring people together, and learning to respectfully communicate with people from all over the world is critical. Xiaona talks about his experiences learning about different cultures at ASU.

Xiaona Ha
Supply Chain Management
Shenzhen, China

Getting more out of college at ASU

At ASU, there are thousands of opportunities to customize your education experience. Cyrus talks about how he has combined multiple degrees to fit his interests and passions.

Cyrus Commissariat
Political Science, History, French
Phoenix, Arizona

How is ASU leading the world into a sustainable future?

ASU was the first college in the nation to devote a school entirely to sustainability and has already achieved carbon neutrality. Hear from Breanna about her passion to help make the world a better place to live.

Breanna Fulton
Sustainability and Urban Planning
Vienna, Virginia

Why is it important to be a universal learner?

At Arizona State University, we’re constantly finding new ways to help facilitate life-long learning. Trey talks about this passion for education and the importance of becoming a universal learner.

Trey Leveque
Business (Global Politics), Business (Law), Business (Public Service and Public Policy)
Chandler, Arizona

What Trey is doing now

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